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Definition of Dividual

Dividual
Dividual Di*vid"u*al (?; 135), a. [See Dividuous.] Divided, shared, or participated in, in common with others. [R.] --Milton.

Meaning of Dividual from wikipedia

- has three designations denoting the type of episode: individual (IN), dividual (DI) and dual (DU). IN episodes tie in with the Individual Eleven storyline;...
- has three designations denoting the type of episode: individual (IN), dividual (DI) and dual (DU). IN episodes tie in with the Individual Eleven storyline;...
- "individual"), persons are viewed as bundles of social relationships ("dividuals"), some of which include "superpersons" (i.e. non-humans). Stewart Guthrie...
- roads are connected to cul-de-sac parking areas where it gives access to dividual garages or car porches attached to houses or apartments. The parking space...
- Now a trio, Satellite Young released their first EP and music video "Dividual Heart". In 2016, the band recorded "Don't Graduate Senpai" for the Swedish...
- Rouge". The album also includes the title tracks of their EP releases Dividual Heart and Sanfransokyo Girl. All lyrics are written by Emi Kusano, except...
- and gaseous perception. These are named the "dividual" and "any-space-whatevers". The sign of the dividual is seen in films by Eisenstein which film collective...
- book, such as the unreadymade, sentimental value, and the promise of the dividual as a means for a vocabulary in this new economy of meaning. Reflecting...
- Dictionary of Battles and Sieges, and Biographical Notes of Eminent In-dividuals. From 1767 to 1867. F. Warne & Company. p. 67. "Fires, Great", in The...
- citizenship—apparently at least two centuries apart, is born a new word, "Dividual," the Other of the Individual, from today and always subjects recognizable...